Historical Architect, National Park Service, Denver Service Center-Eastern Team, Denver, Colorado.  11/79-8/84.

Duties on the staff of the Eastern Team Cultural Resources Branch included: identification and evaluation of historic structures; recommending levels of preservation treatment; research and documentation for Historic Structure Reports; completion of construction documents; and architectural design for rehabilitation of historic structures.  Project work included:

  • Project planning, preliminary design, client contact, and coordination of A/E services to produce contract documents for adaptive reuse of Boott Mill Building Number 6, at Lowell National Historical Park.
  • Served as team captain/project architect for rehabilitation of historic structures and cultural landscapes at Eleanor Roosevelt National Historic Site, Hyde Park, NY.
  • Responsible for completion of design and construction documents for exterior restoration of the Martin van Buren National Historic Site, Kinderhook, NY, including reconstruction of the 1862 porch designed by Richard Upjohn.  The project received a design quality award in the 1982 Denver Service Center awards competition.
Completed architectural research, documentation, and contract documents for projects at Ellis Island, Friendship Hill National Historic Site, Gateway National Recreation Area, and Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area.